Please note, there is no performance on Monday 2 March.
“fascinating exploration of performance” The Stage
“this show’s ingredients could blend very differently on another night… full of unsettling surprises and completely alive.” Time Out
Olivier Award-winning playwright and maker of ★★★★★ Office Party Christopher Green has made a new show. But he doesn’t want to perform it. Chris is reluctant because he doesn’t believe that theatre has any power.
In No Show we will laugh, we will be shocked, we will sing, we will dance, we will do nothing while someone has a crisis, we will see battles, we will empathise with the victim and we will feel proud with the victor.
We will help Chris believe in theatre again and see how if we support one another we might start to transform the world.
Praise for ★★★★Prurience at Southbank Centre:
“Tests the limits of theatre” Lyn Gardner
“The kind of art that leaves its mark on you” The Times
“A deeply unsettling experience, one that gets right to the core of contemporary life” Whatsonstage
The show runs at around 90 minutes.
Image: Holly Revell
WAYS TO SAVE
Prices increase as the theatre fills – the earlier you book the cheaper it will be, and preview tickets start at £10.
Locals get 30% off all tickets with a free Yard Local Card – sign up online.
U26s can get £5 tickets on the door to all performances that are not sold out with #NoEmptySeats
Access tickets are priced as concessions and can be booked online. We offer free tickets for companions and these must be booked over the phone (0333 320 2896) or by emailing email@example.com
We recognise that some audience members may appreciate additional guidance on the content of our plays. We go into more detail on them here.